09 January 2009

Muslims Hack Radio Station Website

Radio Basingstoke's website was hacked by Muslims apparently due to the station playing "Hallelujah" as sung by a Christian singer.

The shocked owner of a radio station whose website has been hijacked by Muslim extremists believes it was targeted because they played a song by Cliff Richard.

Hackers removed the station’s home page and replaced it with haunting images and a message said to be on behalf of Ahmed Al-Qahtani - a suspect in the 9/11 attacks.

Radio Basingstoke owner and DJ Astrid Haigh-Smith was horrified to find her website pictured a spooky pair of green eyes above a woman on an altar.
The message, which was written in green on a black background, called on God to bless Muslim fighters, or Moujahidines, and warned the West not to insult Islam.

But Ms Haigh-Smith, 53, says she will not allow the fanatics to intimidate her and insists she will not change the station’s playlist.

The station, whose website had 140,000 hits last month, expressed their support for British troops over Christmas and played Cliff Richard’s version of Hallelujah.

The ageing popstar is famous for being a Christian and the Leonard Cohen song was Christmas number one for X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke.
There's your tolerant Islam, folks; attacking the West by any and all means.



Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Let's dialogue and see how far that goes ;), LOL! Just one more reason to bring back the crusades.

USMC 9971 said...

I'm set, except that my tunic keeps coming out wrong. The cross looks too much like a parallelogram with a slash through it.

Work with that, Joe, and come up with a good mathematical name for my holy order.

Smiley said...

What Cliff richard song could so infuriate anyone. ?

Imagine if we play Dies irae?

Thinks fondly of the Crusades, gets angry thinkng of the Western media distortations of the Crusades

USMC 9971 said...

I agree, Smiley. The Crusades have been very much maligned in the media and academia. The first was definitely a defensive measure. And let's not forget that Charles Martel was needing to beat the Mohammedans back centuries before that first Crusade.